When it comes to audiovisual quality, there is no arguing that Blu-ray movie is superior to its regular DVD counterpart, in a large extent. The colors, details, and the clarity of its 1080p video, the digital Dolby TrueHD, lossless DTS-HD Master, even full 7.1-channel surround on audio tracks upgrade your movie experience like never before. All of these are why Blu-ray movie won and is continuing winning videophiles’ hearts.
With above said, movie lovers are now piling up tons of Blu-ray discs in their home movie libraries, which bring Blu-ray backup to a regular task, if not daily, just as they do on DVDs in the past. This is exactly where and when Blu-ray copy software comes in. DVDFab Blu-ray Copy, a perfect combination of Blu-ray Copier, Blu-ray Cloner, and Blu-ray Burner, is a well-known brand in this regard.
This in-depth tutorial on DVDFab Blu-ray Copy helps you back up your Blu-ray collections in a fast easy manner. Look at our original review of DVDFab here if you want the short version of what this software does for you.
1. Getting Things Prepared
1.1 Download the latest version of DVDFab Blu-ray Copy from its official website and perform the installation on your computer.
Reason behind this: Only the latest build can deal with the newly released Blu-ray movie which may introduce some new protections, so make sure yours is up-to-date.
1.2 Start up DVDFab, navigate to Blu-ray Copy section, and you can see there are four copy modes on the left navigation panel: Full Disc, Main Movie, Clone and Write Data.
1.3 Sitting on the top right corner of the main interface, there are two round icons, a blue one with a question mark and a green one with a tick mark, click that green one to open Common Settings panel.
1.4 Navigate to DVD/Blu-ray->Write -> Burning Engine, and then choose your preferred one from the dropdown list, the default will go to VSO burning engine.
About Write Speed: Still at this page, you can preset a write speed for the burning stage, we advise using the default “Recommended” option. In order to avoid any potential possibility of coasters, please do not use speed higher than the half rated speed of the blank media.
Side Note: Leave this step alone when you do not burn any content to blank media.
Next Page: Removing Protections
Page 3: Burning/Converting